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2010-04-06 14:49:45
. 2 vols. in one. 2nd issue. Hanau: Typis Wechelianis, impensis Danielis ac Davidis Aubriorum, & Clementis Schleichij 1619. Med 2 kobberstukne trykkermaerker. Fol. (8)+734+(42) s. Samt. marmoreret helperg. med rigt forgyldt rygtitel. Staerkt brunplettet. With 2 engr. printer's marks. Contp. marbled vellum, spine richly gilt. Heavily browned throughout..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2010-04-06 14:24:11
Lorinus, Joannes
Lyon: Sumptibus Horatii Cardon. 1619. n. Folio (13-1/2" x 9-1/4"). 2 vols. in 1. (16),272,(16);(24),380,(10)pp. Indices. Double column text within ruled borders. Title of Vol. I printed in red & black with a large copper engraved device. Vol. II with a similar woodcut device. Numerous woodcut head & tail pieces. Later vellum, soiled, hand lettered spine, over speckled boards (rubbed). Minor worming of front inner margin. Title of Vol. I, somewhat soiled & with 2 small burn holes; a paper repair on verso of top inner margin and several cont. ownership signatures.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc.
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2010-04-01 21:43:02
Coke, Edward
1619. Coke, Sir Edward [1552-1643]. [Part I]. Les Reports de Edward Coke L'Attorney Generell le Roigne, de Diuers Resolutions, & Iudgements... London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1619. [iii], 177, [1] fols. Folio (7-1/2" 11"). Later quarter brown morocco with gilt spine lettering over brown cloth boards, endpapers renewed. Two attractive early engraved bookplates with heraldic devices to front pastedown. Handsome woodcut title page, head-pieces, and initials. Interesting marginalia in fine early hand to several leaves. Signatures, small markings, and inscription to front free endpapers. Light marginal dampstaining throughout, minor worming to a few leaves not affecting text. Ex-library. Shelf label to front free endpaper and small ownership stamp to two leaves. A very desirable copy. * Fifth edition of the first part of Coke's Reports. Contains the cases of Burkhurt, Pelham, Porter, Woods, Capel, Archer, Bredon, Corbet, Shelley, Albany, Chudleigh, Mayowe, Chedington, and Digges. Coke was perhaps the greatest legal practitioner of his day. Written between 1572 and 1616, and intended originally for personal use, the Reports are not reports in the conventional sense but highly detailed anthologies of precedents organized according to the cases they consider. In each instance Coke assembled a large body of cases, outlined their arguments, and explained the rationale behind the verdicts, using them as a basis for a statement of general principles. They are, in effect, a series of treatises on the points of law adjudged. The Reports form the most extensive and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2010-03-24 16:07:59
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2010-02-27 21:47:22
Coke, Edward
An early edition (the fifth) of the first part of Coke's reports, and the last to be printed during his lifetime, in Plucknett's words "extremely select [and] [b]eyond all doubt . . . the cream of the cream from Coke's collections". Contemporary calf, rebacked, one blank defective; a very good copy. Printed for the Company of Stationers [by A. Islip], London, 1619.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2010-01-24 00:21:46
Printed by Richard Field, Great Wood Street, 1619. , title page with large oval woodcut containing an anchor, seven pages of dedicatory epistles [dated 1584], 598 pages, and 18 page index at rear. Some of the text is printed using gothic type throughout, and generally the quoted passages are in the usual typeface. There are notes from the translator to the reader throughout Eusebius. New edition , front board end paper and blank detached, boards worn and scuffed, gilt rubbed away, old repair to title page where it was skilfully laid down on matching paper, dusty with crease marks, small contemporary ink note to lower margin of title, a little soiled with minor marks throughout, text and binding in good order in worn covers , early or original calf on heavy boards with five raised bands on the spine, ornate tooled design around edges and in compartments, spine relaid on cloth tucked into rear board , in sixes, approx 29 x 20 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Keogh's Books, Secondhand & Antiquarian [United Kingdom]
2009-10-14 11:47:07
Berlaymont, Philippus de
Coloniae Agrippinae: Ioannem Kinchium, 1619. 1st edition thus (i.e., with this imprint). Full vellum period binding. Blue edge stain. Title hand-inked to spine. Stubs to cloth ties. Ex-lib, with paper label to spine base & stamp to lower t.p. margin. Paper residue to spine. Some gathering with paper that has turned brown. Worming to gutter of * & ** gatherings [text not affected]. 17th C. signature to t.p. top margin. Withal, a solid VG copy.. [20], 782, [120] pp. Last leaf blank. Printer's device to t.p. Engraving to (:)1v. 8vo. OCLC records 4 cc of this edition [none in the US].
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2009-09-10 11:34:56
Garzoni, Thomas
Frankfurt, Hoffmann 1619. 33 cm. (32), 731, (17, l. 2 w.) Seiten mit gestochen Titelbordüre von M. Merian, Pergamentband der Zeit - Hayn / Gotendorf II, 503 Anmerkung - Bircher C 88 - Lipperheide 1965 Pa6 (Ausg. 1641) - Colas 1182 (Ausg. 1641) - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. In 153 "Diskursen" werden auf derbe und unterhaltende Art die Künste, Handwerke, Stände, Tugenden und Laster der damaligen Zeit geschildert. Handelt auch von Geistlichen, Edelleuten, Zauberern, Schulmeistern, Studenten, Huren, Wehemüttern, Buhlern, Poeten, etc. (Hayn-Gotendorf). Die schöne Titelbordüre zeigt 18 Berufe, Stände und Künstler, teils in allegorischen Darstellungen. Text 2-spaltig gedruckt, S. 141-144 doppelt paginiert, S. 165-168 übersprungen. Einband fleckig, restauriert, teilweise stockfleckig, bis etwa Seite 60 Braunfleck rechts oben. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-08-17 15:28:11
La Guardia, Fiorello [1882 - 1947]
, 1916 - 1941. 1916 - 1941.. SIGNED (5 pcs).. Overall VG - VG+.. LaGuardia, or "Little Flower," is widely regarded as one of the best mayors in New York City history, whose tenure redefined the office. He was the 99th mayor of the "Big Apple", serving his populace from 1934 - 1945. For those twelve years, the 5 foot 2, sometimes belligerent, chief executive dominated life in New York City as if he was 7 foot 2. Unlike many politicians today, he fulfilled many of his pledges, especially the ferreting out of corruption in the city's government. Such earned him a reputation for placing the city's interests ahead of political considerations, and in the same vein, although technically a Republican, he worked closely with the New Deal administration of President Franklin Roosevelt to secure funding for large public works projects. These federal subsidies enabled New York City to create a transportation network the envy of the world, and to build parks, low-income housing, bridges, schools, & hospitals. Furthermore, he achieved the unification of the city's rapid transit system, a goal that had long eluded his predecessors, and he reformed the structure of city government by pushing for a new City Charter. He presided over construction of New York City's first municipal airport on Flushing Bay, later to become his namesake. As a result of all his efforts, LaGuardia's psychological effect on New York City was nothing short of profound, restoring faith in city government by demanding excellence from civil servants. Many politicans today could learn from his example, and we, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
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2009-03-10 02:11:25
BERTIUS, Petrus (1565-1629).
Amsterdam: Jodocus Hondius, 1618-1619. - 2 volumes in one. Folio (17 2/8 x 10 6/8 inches). Text in Latin and Greek. Letterpress general title-page. Engraved title-page to each volume, engraved portrait of Mercator, EXCEPTIONALLY FINE double-page engraved map of the world and 30 maps, including 4 folding, all mounted on guards, 14 double-page engraved maps after Ortelius and 2 full-page maps in volume II, engravings and woodcuts in the text (without the portrait of Bertius on verso of dedication leaf, the "Tabula Peutingeriana" bound at the end of the first volume, Appendix III bound at the end, last map a bit browned and frayed at the edges). Modern red morocco gilt by "G"; modern red cloth clamshell box. First edition. The first part of this work contains the twenty-eight maps from Mercator's edition of Ptolemy, first issued in 1578. The second part consists of the Tabula Peutingeriana and fourteen maps of the ancient world from the "Parergon" of Abraham Ortelius. Petrus Bertius grew up in Beveren in Flanders. As with so many others he escaped religious persecution by fleeing to Amsterdam, eventually becoming professor of mathematics and librarian at Leyden University. The author of a number of books on mathematical, historical and theological subjects he is still best known for his beautiful edition of Ptolemy's "Geographia", based on Mercator's edition of 1578. In 1618 he was honoured with the title of Official Cosmographer to Louis XIII and moved to Paris. He was related by marriage to two other great cartographers Jodocus Hondius, the publisher of this work, and Pieter … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [U.S.A.]
2009-02-13 10:10:48
Livius, Titus / Florus, Lucius Annaeus
Straßburg, Rihel 1619. 33 cm. (36), 887, (23) Seiten mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung, Druckermarke (am Schluß) und mehr als 130 Textholzschnitten von Tobias Stimmer und Bocksberger, Titel rot und schwarz. Pergamentband der Zeit - Goed. II, 320, 8 - Graesse IV, 232 - Nagler, Monogr V, 424 - VD17 1:043949B - Schönes Holzschnittbuch in der Übersetzung von Zacharias Müntzer. Mit Widmungsvorrede des Verlegers an Kaiser Maximilian II. vom 18. März 1574. Insgesamt gutes Exemplar, Einband etwas fleckig, Titel und Vorrede papierbedingt leicht gebräunt -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2008-11-30 09:38:54
QUEVEDO [E CASTEL?BRANCO], Vasco Mausinho de.
Lisbon, Jorge Rodrigues, 1619. - Portuguese royal arms on title-page, woodcut initials, woodcut floral vignette on B4 recto, E1 verso, and verso of final leaf. (4), 66 leaves. [ ]4, A?H8, I2. Small 4°, nineteenth?century purple quarter sheep over marbled boards, gilt letters (spine browned). An unwashed copy, but with waterstains, mostly small and light at lower outer corner; however, in 25 leaves a bit darker, apparently due to some mud in the water, mostly in blank margins but affecting some text, though not affecting legibility; overall in very good condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Poem in six cantos of @Octava rima on the subject of the entry of King Philip III of Spain [Philip II of Portugal] into Lisbon in 1619. The Hapsburg king was genuinely popular in Portugal at this time. In a note to his translation of Ticknor's @History of Spanish Literature, Pacual de Gayangos described this work as "obra de bastante ingenio, escrita en octavas fáciles y armoniosas . . . ." A native of Setubal, the author was a lawyer who had studied both civil and canon law with distinction at Coimbra University. Mausinho is sometimes catalogued as Mousinho, Quevedo as Quebedo, and Castel?Branco as Castelo?Branco, Castelbranco or Castelobranco.---- Arouca Q18. Innocêncio VII, 410. Barbosa Machado III, 777. Palau 183708?9 (citing a copy with the impossible date of 1610; then citing a note which says the book was printed in 1619, with doubts; no collation). Nicolau Antonio @Nova II, 322. Pinto de Matos (1970), p. 425. Alenda y Mira 707. Garcia Peres pp. 474?5. Simón Díaz XV, nº 4074 (w/o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books
2008-11-17 18:58:23
49.5x58 cm. - Klaus, Pläne und Grundrisse kapitalist. Länder Europas 1619. Westorientierter Stadtplan von Braunschweig, ca. 1:12500, zeigt auch Lehndorf, Ölper und Gliesmarode. Kurzer Einriss in der Mittelfalte unten hinterlegt.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2007-10-30 12:10:01
[Acuna y Cabrera, Antonio de]:
[Various places, but likely including Madrid. ca. 1619-1647].. Twelve manuscript documents bound in one volume, pagination described below. Folio. Contemporary vellum, gilt-tooled title on front cover. Minor edge wear and occasional small tears. Overall internally bright and clean. Very good. The collected papers of a decorated Spanish military officer, assigned at times to the duchy of Milan, Buenos Aires, and Lima. The documents are: 1) EN LA NOBLE VILLAO VILLAD VALLADOLID A VIENTE E SIETE DIAS...[manuscript caption title]. [30]pp. Embellished with two elaborate vignettes highlighted in gilt. A recounting of political conditions in Spain relevant to the early years of the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. 2) EN LA FORTALEZA A DE LA VILLA DE JIMANEAS A NUEVE DIAS LES MES DE ABRIL DE MILL Y SIES CIENTOS Y TRIENTA Y UN A?'OS...[manuscript caption title]. [ca. 1631]. [34]pp. A long discourse on the history of the Inquisition, specifically concerning certain relations present in the Crown's official archives. 3) VIENTE Y QUARTO REALES. SELLO PRIMERO, VEINTE Y QUATRO REALES...[caption title]. [1646-47]. [6]pp. Official document offering an appraisal of conditions in Lima and La Plata. 4) [NOTICE OF THE PARTICIPATION OF DON ANTONIO DE ACUNA Y CABRERA IN A ROYAL TRIBUNAL]. [ca. 1647]. [2]pp. A simple notice testifying to his participation. 5) UN REAL. SELLO TERCERO, UN RAL, A?'OS DE MIL Y SEIS CIENTOS Y QUATRENTA Y QUATRO...[caption title]. [ca. 1647]. [2]pp. A memorial on behalf of Acuna y Cabrera for reimbursement for personal monies spent in official service. 6) JUAN DE AYCAGA … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2007-09-26 17:01:39
Luciani Samosatensis opera, quæ quidem extant, omnia Graecè & latines, in quatuor tomos diuisa; una cum Gilberti Cognati, et Ioannis Sambuci annotationibus utilissimis: narratione item de vita & scriptis authoris Iacobi Zvingeri... Editio nitidissima. (1)-4. Basel, Sebastianum Henricpetri, (1619). 8vo. (31),+ (blank),+ 932,+ (34); 982,+ (41); 846,+ (32); 584,+ (40). Last leaf in part IV with printer's device. Foxing throughout, part two with stain in margins, tear pp. 813-814 on part three. Contemporary vellum. Four volumes, the fourth somewhat worn. From the library of Eric Waller, with its book plate. Hoffman II, 537. Third edition of Cognatus' edition. First published in 1563 and reprinted 1602
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet

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